My home has undergone a bit of transformation lately. I purchased a new sofa, which completely changed my lounge (more to come on that later) and my workspace was in dire need of an update. So I had a look around, and found something right up my street. Up-cycled and pretty much free. The Mr. had his work cut out getting the wooden board home, but the results speak for themselves. I am utterly delighted with my new work space. The look I went for was simplistic industrial with a bit of a whimsical twist.
- Wooden scaffolding board. For the look I was after, it had to be worn (I found mine at an old salvage yard)
- Trestle legs – mine are from IKEA but these from HAY are lovely too
- Sandpaper to smoothen the edges of the board (if needed – mine is raw)
That’s pretty much it. All I did was to make the trestle legs, and get the Mr. to lift the scaffold board on top – done and dusted.
What do you think?? Your type of look or way to industrial? I absolutely love it, but I had to convince my family a little bit. The Mr. was ok with the idea, but I’m not sure he had the vision before he saw it. But it’s defo a keeper – for now – until I have another crazy idea I guess 🙂
My stuff – if you fancy buying some of it for yourself:Bamboo Basket: Søstrene Grene, Chair: Louis Ghost Kartell, Vintage Bank boxes: from here, Frame & Kubus: By Lassen, Photographic Art: Vee Speers via VisseVasse, Chanel Print: vintage, Vogue Print: NYC, Candles: NEOM & Diptique, Smoked glass hurricane: Søstrene Grene, Marble pencil holder: thrifted, Vintage Camera from my grandfather.